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A leading COVID-19 vaccine scientist answers our questions

Professor Robin Shattock is leading efforts to develop an RNA vaccine for COVID-19. Image: Imperial College London

Sam Leakey

Programme Specialist, Science and Society, World Economic Forum

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A graphic showing two vaccine production approaches separated by a vertical red line. On the left a single large manufacturing plant with a large crowd of people and on the right many small manufacturing plants with small groups of people.
A distributed approach to vaccine production would help distribute it faster and more widely. Image: R. Shattock, Imperial College London
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